Ever since childhood I’ve been noticing products that tout themselves as being new and improved. I noticed the claim on shampoo packaging, on my favorite cookies and even on a can of bug spray. What I didn’t notice or couldn’t find, even in small print, was exactly how the various products had been improved—only that their manufacturers claimed they were. Quite frankly, in most instances I didn’t notice any difference in the products at all.Well, I’m here to tell you that Nation’s Restaurant ...

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